khq business cards

Show you mean business with Moo

There are business cards and there are business cards.  When moo.com first launched with their mini-cards, these dinky little things became de-rigeur.

We love them because, like us, they took on the big boys of the print industry and showed how it could be done.  And, they know how important that small card is to getting a little bit of you across.  They are perfect for freelancers and independents like us, because you can opt for short print runs and get the personalisation at the same time. You can choose from some of their designs (we love the Seth Godin quotes) or you can upload your own designs.



moo.com was born out of a love of beautiful, high-quality print. Founded in 2004, moo.com aims to disrupt the $100 billion global print industry by combining the values of professional design with the accessibility and reach of the web.

Printing has been around for centuries, and we’re certainly not the first printer on the web. Since the launch of moo.com in September 2006, they’ve worked hard to set a new standard for digital print: with remarkable new products that bring great design and uncompromising, high standards to the web.

With the patent-pending ‘Printfinity’ technology, MOO helps independents and freelancers like you to showcase their business or brand, their products or personality, by printing a different image on every card in a pack.

Printing millions of cards a month, moo.com has hundreds of thousands of customers in over 180 countries.

Wow.  They even have a whole section on their website devoted to free-agents and people like us!

 

 

Who is Alex Butler

Hello, I'm Alex Butler and I founded the KindredHQ community and blog back in 2011 after I re-started a freelance career. I LOVE freelancing and I wouldn't swop the freedom, control and joy of working for myself for anything. But I realised how much I missed the company and energy of other people - of having a team around me. So, I got a few people together one day with our laptops, a jar of coffee and some jelly babies and we sat and worked together one afternoon. We've been doing that every week in London, UK since then! I am still 100% freelance and I like to share the everyday highs and lows of being a freelancer here on the blog.

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